Pagan Names for Women and Girls

This list contains 692 female Pagan names and their meanings.

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A'ala -A'ala is a Hawaiian name meaning "fragrant" or "royal". This name can be used for a boy or a girl.

Aandaleeb -Aandaleeb is a Sanskrit boy's name that can also be used for a girl. The name refers to bulbul birds, a family of songbirds native to Asia & Africa.

Abayomi -Abayomi is a girl's name originating in West Africa (Nigeria) from the Yuroba language. The name Abayomi means "pleasant meeting".

Abedabun -Abedabun is a Native American girl's name from the Chippewa meaning "sight of day", perhaps relating to the dawn.

Abellona -Abellona is a girl's name of Greek origin meaning "destroyer". It may also be related to Bellona and is the Danish feminine form of Apollo.

Abena -Abena is an Ewe name that originates from Western Africa. It means "born on Tuesday".

Abeni -Abeni is a Yuroba name (Western Africa) meaning "we asked for her, and behold, we got her".

Abequa -Abequa is a Native American girl's name from the Ojibwe language meaning "she stays at home".

Abey -Abey is a girl's name of Native American origin from the Omaha language. It means "leaf".

Abeytu -Abeytu is a girl's name of Native American origin from the Omaha language. It means "green leaf".

Abeytzi -Abeytzi is a girl's name of Native American origin from the Omaha language. It means "yellow leaf".

Acai -The name Acai is from the Acai berry, a species of palm tree whose name comes from from the Tupain (Brazil) word ïwaca'i meaning "Fruit that weeps" or expels water. The berry. This name can be used for a boy or a girl.

Acantha -Acantha was a nymph loved by the Greek God Apollo who was turned into a tree. Her name means "thorn" or "prickle".

Acca -Acca is a girl's name that occurs in more than one culture. In ancient Roman myth, Acca Larentia was the foster mother of Remus and Romulus and she is called the "Mother of Lares", household and place spirits honored by the ancient Romans. Acca may mean mother, but it is also similar to the word for "cow".

Accalia -Accalia is a variant of the name Acca Larentia, the human foster mother of Remus and Romulus who are the legendary founders of Rome. Her name is obscure but it may be related to the Lares, household guardian spirits honored in ancient Rome.

Acenith -Acenith is a girl's name of ancient Egyptian origin meaning "follower of Neith".

Ada -Ada is a German name from the word meaning "nobility". It can also be a short form of the names Adelaide and Adeline.

Adair -Adaire is a name of Old German origin meaning "wealthy spear".
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Adare or Adair is Irish from Áth Dara, meaning "the ford of the oak"
It is the name of an historic village in Ireland that is a popular tourist destination.

Adaire -Adaire is a name of Old German origin meaning "wealthy spear".

Adalheid -Adalheid is a Germanic name meaning "Noble one" or "of noble sort".

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